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The DfT is asking the public for views on a range of topics from improved cycle infrastructure to education for all road users. The review forms part of the Government’s drive to make cycling and walking safer, while encouraging more people to take up cycling at all ages as part of a ‘green revolution in…

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Drink Driving – A mate doesn’t let a mate drink drive. Our campaign is calling on friends to do what they do best – look out for each other. We’re specifically calling for mates not to let their mates drink drive, asking them to step in when necessary when a friend who is driving is…

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It is anticipated that snow and sub zero temperatures will hit the East Coast on Monday 26 February and will continue the rest of the week. The Met Office have Yellow & Amber warnings in place for snow, encouraging us to be prepared for conditions rarely seen in England. Dress appropriately to avoid hypothermia- should…

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Police in Cambridge have launched a new ‘safe pass’ operation to reduce the number of collisions involving cyclists in the city. Operation Velo will see plain clothed police officers saddle up in Cambridge city centre looking out for motorists who do not leave the required space when passing cyclists. Officers will then escort the driver…

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Motorists in North Yorkshire are being warned of muddy roads. Farmers and vehicle operators who deposit mud on the road are potentially liable for a range of offences and a range of powers are available to the police and the highway authority, primarily under the Highways Act 1980 and the Road Traffic Act 1988. The…

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A 25-YEAR-old man branded a “complete liability to road users” has been jailed for 26 months after causing a head-on collision and driving dangerously while attempting to evade police. Javid Ali Shan appeared at Bradford Crown Court yesterday where he was sentenced after pleading guilty to a string of driving offences over two separate incidents…

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